How NOT To Stimulate Her Clitoris
While checking out a few medical journals at the local library over the weekend, I stumbled upon a very interesting piece of information that might just take your lover’s oral sex satisfaction off the charts the next time you go down on her.
As it turns out, the clitoris displays a not so subtle change that signals it is totally ready for stimulation. Licking, kissing or caressing it during this state not only gives your partner more pleasure, but also makes it easier for her to achieve a mind-blowing orgasm.
And this change is when the clitoris swells up.
However, before I explain this to you in detail, let me give you a quick rundown on what happens inside a woman’s body during sexual arousal to help you understand the whole thing better…
As soon as the brain detects that you and your lover are getting frisky in bed, it fires up the endocrine glands to let loose specific mood-altering hormones that set off key changes in her body.
Interestingly, all of this happens involuntarily, meaning your partner’s brain is the one supervising things and she doesn’t have even the slightest clue that these changes are already taking place.
Besides spiking up her heart and breathing rate, these hormones also trigger an increase in blood flow in your lover’s body. This makes her skin extra sensitive, especially in and around the erogenous zones like the nipples, inner thighs as well as the back of the neck.
Of course, this also includes her clitoris.
Unlike what a lot of guys mistakenly think though, the clitoris won’t feel pleasurable when you stimulate it as soon as things get hot in the bedroom. And according to the medical journal I was browsing, it needs to absorb all the blood it needs first to produce the pleasure signals it is capable of.
Stimulating the clitoris before it does so will either significantly reduce the pleasure it can give your lover or perhaps even make the whole thing uncomfortable for her to the point of being painful.
See, blood not just activates the countless nerve endings that line the clitoris, but also dampens the stimulation that you do during oral sex. Having not enough blood only produces an effect that is quite similar to rubbing a particular spot on your skin over and over until it becomes tender.
Just thinking about it feels uncomfortable, right?
So the next time you’re going down on your lover, keep in mind to check if her clitoris swelled up a bit and you’re sure to really give her an oral sex session she won’t soon forget.
(These foreplay tips will help you pull off just that as well.)